Ho is native language for over 1 million people that live mostly in the Indian states of Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Odisha, and West Bengal, and Bangladesh. Though Ho has historically been written in Devanagari, Bengali, Odia, and Latin alphabet, Warang Citi is the most accepted script that was created by Lako Bodra, a community leader from Jharkhand. The language has been identified as a vulnerable language by UNESCO.
Ho written in Warang Citi alphabet: 𑢹𑣗𑣁𑣜𑣊 𑣏𑣂𑣕𑣂
- Ho language talking dictionary, video of a teacher teaching the Warang Citi alphabet, and other resources by Swarthmore College Laboratory for Endangered Languages Research and Documentation
- Warang Citi Unicode chart (particularly useful for typeface designers)
- Ho Wikipedia Test Incubator
- Everson, Michael. Final proposal for encoding the Warang Citi script in the SMP of the UCS. (2017) n4259-warang-citi_n3668-warang-citi – n4259.pdf. Retrieved September 10, 2017, from http://std.dkuug.dk/jtc1/sc2/wg2/docs/n4259.pdf
- Warang Citi. Range: 118A0–118FF. (2017) The Standard, Version 10.0 – U118A0.pdf. Retrieved September 30, 2017, from https://unicode.org/charts/PDF/U118A0.pdf